If you are assisting students who are beginning to consider career
options, we hope you'll recommend the Career Cornerstone Center. This site has been developed to help individuals explore the fields of
science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine. We have included
and an extensive interview database of professionals working in these areas. If you are working with precollege students, there are
many recommendations for courses, activities,
and projects that may help students move closer to finding out which
career path may be best for them. You can also find resources to help
explain to students the different
types of academic degrees that are
available in the United States, including the new
Professional Science Master's degree.
There is even a new section that explores online
The Career Cornerstone Center provides print materials to counselors and others
hosting career fairs or other career related events at high schools,
community colleges, and universities.
Email us with your
event date and an estimate of how many individuals you expect.
a Link To Cornerstone
hope you agree that the Career Cornerstone Center provides
valuable resources for students exploring career paths in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, computing, and healthcare. Please
consider adding a link to our site from yours!
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Resources For Your Students
Career planning is, of course, an ongoing process. It may
involve networking, exploring
resources, and possibly having a
mentor in the field. Involvement in
professional associations can also be a great
help, as can gaining experience through internships
or coops. This site also provides additional support on
information, job hunting suggestions, and
profiles of what a typical day in a field might
be like. If you would like to suggest additional resources you'd
like to see on this site, please let us know.
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Career Counselors are
welcome to reprint all or portions of the
Career Cornerstone News in their own
newsletters with proper credit. If you need text files or source
images, just let us
know! Also, we have developed press
releases to help you share the Career Cornerstone Center with
others in your organization or school. Click
here for more details.